These party-hard lads may not have torn the roof off their pumping venue… but they sure came close. Amateur footage shows the moment two DJs got so immersed in the beat their equipment ended up crashing into the audience. 4x CDJ-2000: About $8,000 – 1x DJM-900: About $2,000. Ten grands worth of gear sitting on a table and someone decided to put the front legs on the very edge of the stage…Priceless.
Nicki Minaj isn’t the first musician to embrace the Nazi aesthetic, but we’re hoping she’s the last. With its SS-style armbands, gas masks, tanks, and Maus-style armies at attention, the video for Minaj’s new single “Only” certainly seems to be going for a Third Reich aesthetic. Unsurprisingly, some fans are calling for her to take the video down. What do you think?
An eager fan who jumped on stage at a NOFX concert in Sydney got more than he bargained for when he was elbowed and kicked in the face by lead singer Fat Mike. The fan excitedly climbed up on the stage as the US punk rock band performed at the Enmore Theatre. As he made his way towards Fat Mike, the lead singer showed he was not in the mood to be messed with and promptly pushed him out of the way before kicking him in the face. After the video was posted on social media last night, Fat Mike took to Twitter to apologise to his fan, known only as Alex. “I’m sorry too Alex, I was in terrible pain all night. When you grabbed me by the neck I defensively reacted…offensively,” he tweeted.
T-Pain visited NPR’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., for a Tiny Desk concert, proving that the hip hop artist indeed has some serious pipes. “I know everyone’s worried about where the auto-tune is gonna come from. It’s OK. I got it in my pocket,” he said. T-Pain delivered some soulful, stripped-down versions of “Buy You a Drank,” “Up Down” and “Drankin’ Patna” equipped with only his voice and a piano.
Few artists are better suited to perform on Halloween than Marilyn Manson. Last night, the goth titan held a concert at the Roxy in West Hollywood. The set’s encore proved particularly ghoulish, as Manson performed him seminal cut “The Beautiful People” with two equally terrifying figures: actor Johnny Depp and Die Antwoord rapper Ninja. If you’re wondering the connection, Manson and Depp have recorded together on several occasions over the years. Meanwhile, he and Ninja are both big fans of TGI Friday’s fried mac and cheese. Watch fan-shot footage now.
This Vancouver local is on fire right now. SonReal just released a music video that features almost 60 different locations all over the US. Currently on his Everywhere We Go Tour, SonReal is continuing on the up and up with his hit tracks and music videos that prove he is working hard to set himself apart from other artists. It has been a big year for him and his team, winning the award for Much Music’s Much Fact Video of the Year and selling out his show in Vancouver. Directed, filmed and edited by another Vancouverite Dane Collison, this is a music video you don’t want to click away from. Buy ‘Preach’ on iTunes HERE!
Daniel Radcliffe loves rap, and he has been listening to Eminem since he was young. The fact that an actor is good at memorising intricate lyrics isn’t that much of a surprise, but props to the former boy wizard for braving a performance of the Blackalicious tongue-twister “Alphabet Aerobics” on TV. And, well, f**ken nailing it hard. Nice American accent, too.